LISD seeks feedback in follow-up Attendance Zoning survey

LISD seeks feedback in follow-up Attendance Zoning survey
Posted on 02/12/2019
Middle School Attendance Zoning

Middle School Attendance Zoning

COMMUNITY SURVEY
Survey closes at 11:59 p.m. Feb. 17

The Leander ISD Board of Trustees is reviewing all middle school attendance zones for the 2020–21 school year and the opening of Danielson Middle School. As part of the review, the Board is seeking insight from the community about the considerations for changes to current boundaries.

When adjusting attendance zones, districts consider various factors. During our survey from Jan. 25–Feb. 3, our community identified the following priorities:

  • proximity to home and geography;
  • feeder patterns that minimize splitting schools as students advance from elementary to middle and middle to high; and
  • relieving overcrowded schools and balancing enrollments.
    (Full Report)

In the introduction of the follow-up ThoughtExchange survey, pros and cons of the priorities listed above are detailed for consideration before completing the survey.

After you respond to the survey question, you will be asked to rate the responses of fellow community members. Because we want to gather the voices of specific communities, you will only see and rate the responses of people in your current assigned middle school attendance zone.

ThoughtExchange is a two-way engagement platform focused on gathering ideas and open-ended comments from stakeholders. Users respond to a question and then rate responses from other users. This online survey tool is confidential and transparent.

For more information about the Leander ISD attendance zone adjustment process, please visit leanderisd.org/msaz.